iamnotherenow asked: What I said was technical was the word "stuff" and it was a joke. It was in parentheses right next to the word. As for what Dawkins argues my point still explains all you pointed out. Yes it was a very general post so it was actually a good thing that you went into greater detail about the evolutionary side of the topic. The fact that all organisms on the planet have to survive under the same conditions here explains why they are so similar from a creationist point of view.
Creationism doesn’t explain anatomical, neurobiological and genetic similarities. Perhaps it will help if I take the attention off of apes and humans. The relationship between apes and humans is analogous to the relationship between squid and octopus, whales and dolphins, shrimps and lobsters, etc. Taxonomy confirms such relationships: apes and humans are in the order of primates; squids and octopuses are in the class of cephalopods; whales and dolphins are in the order of cetacea; shrimps and lobsters are in the order of decapoda. Evolutionary cousinhood, per se, is confirmed by the relationships outlined in taxonomy. That cousinhood is further substantiated in anatomy and genetics; it is also supported by the fossil record for the most part. I say for the most the part because octopus and squid or anything related to them do not fossilize often and thus, the fossil record for cephalopods isn’t as solid as it is for hominids. However, it isn’t nonexistent (see here). In any case, Bible literalism isn’t required of you; neither is creationism. Many of your brethren have accepted evolution; they are known as old-earth creationists or theistic evolutionists; note: not all old-earth creationists accept evolution. Old-earth creationists do not buy into the day age or the young age view; they see the six days as eras. Theistic evolutionists like to think that god used evolution to drive creation. Of course, both of these views have issues, but they are closer to scientific accuracy than any anti-evolution or anti-geology view. You should consider them if you haven’t already and if you already have, you should give them further consideration.